Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert Put Mediterranean Mansion Up For Sale After Several Defaults on the Mortgage | lovebscott.com

Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert Put Mediterranean Mansion Up For Sale After Several Defaults on the Mortgage

Tamar Braxton and Vince Herbert have decided to list their Calabasas, Calif. mansion and are seeking $15 million for it.

The move comes amid news that Vince has been legally ordered to pay Sony more than $3.7 million to settle a lawsuit over a 2013 advance.

According to the exclusive report by Variety, Tamar and Vince purchased the 13,716-square-foot mansion in April 2013 for $10.5 million.

Public records show since then there have been several notices of default filed and subsequently cancelled against the seven bedroom, nine bathroom home.

via Variety:

Wrought iron and glass front doors open to an entry vestibule and foyer with black and white floral-patterned inlaid floor and a floating, wrought iron railed staircase that curves up to the bedrooms on the second floor. The main living and entertaining space makes a great sweep across the rear of the residence with gleaming wide-plank hardwood floors laid in a classy chevron pattern. A central gallery with glossy grand piano is flanked to one side by a lounge with semi-circular sofa in front of an ornate fireplace and to the other by a “champagne bar” modeled after The Dorchester Hotel in London with tufted velvet sofas and a stately wood-paneled ceiling. Arched French doors open the vast space to an immense, stone-paved loggia with retractable canvas shade awnings and a bowling alley-length dining table that easily seats at least two-dozen al fresco diners. With elaborately carved cabinetry, granite countertops and a super-sized commercial-style range under a hand-hammered copper hood, the kitchen is open to a spacious informal dining area that, in turn, opens to a family room with fireplace and French doors to the backyard.

The three-story mansion’s creature comfort also include a home theater, a game room, an office, a wine cellar with tasting room and, unsurprisingly, a recording studio along with an elevator, an camera-equipped security system, a gentlemen’s lounge with authentic barber chair, a mirror-walled gym and a subterranean parking garage that will accommodate over a dozen cars. The mansion makes a U-shaped embrace around a broad and grassy courtyard with swimming pool and spa beyond which a soccer pitch-sized lawn gives way to a panoramic view over rugged ravines and undeveloped mountaintops.

Tamar’s new album, Bluebird of Happiness, is out now.

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